BOSTON – The harsh environment in Fenway Park can annoy untrained beginners. For the Indians, manager Terry Francona raved all year about the maturity of Greg Allen and compared Shane Bieber's stance with that of As Corey Kluber .  The Turks barely looked intimidated on Tuesday in a 6-3 victory. Allen dropped his jaw in midfield with two stellar catches – one that helped stop a Red Sox rally in the seventh – and continued his hot punch on the plate. Bieber crossed through Boston's discouraging lineup, only meeting difficulties in his last frame.
BOSTON – The harsh environment in Fenway Park can rattle untested beginners. For the Indians, manager Terry Francona raved all year about the maturity of Greg Allen and compared Shane Bieber's stance with that of As Corey Kluber .  The Turks barely looked intimidated on Tuesday in a 6-3 victory. Allen dropped his jaw in midfield with two stellar catches – one that helped stop a Red Sox rally in the seventh – and continued his hot punch on the plate. Bieber crossed through Boston's discouraging lineup, only encountering difficulties in his last frame.
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Combined with some well-timed homers by Melky Cabrera and Yan Gomes the result was a 14th win in 17 games for the American League Central-leading Indians (73-52). In fact, if this series is a preview of what October has to offer, the edges of Boston and Cleveland seats will be worn out.
Allen was an electric complement to the Tribe's Root Order – and admirably filled in for a sidelined Leonys Martin – but he stuns the Fenway believers in the seventh
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Without rider and runner in second and third place Mitch Moreland painted a pitch of Bieber on the famous triangle in the middle of the ball park. As the Boston crowd roared in anticipation of an extra-base hit, Allen chased the liner down, grabbed back and grabbed the baseball and slid into a chute on the warning track as the cheers began to groan.  After Statcast ™ Allen had to complete 103 feet in 5.5 seconds to catch up with the Deep Line Drive, which had an exit speed of 102.8 mph and a hit rate of 91 percent. J. D. Martinez was able to improve Cleveland's lead to 5-2, but that was a decisive blow for Boston's comeback.
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The Red Sox scored another run in the inning, but a Homer from Gomes gave the Tribe an important assurance. On the plate, Allen also did his part and went 2-for-3 with a run-scoring double that extended his strike series to 14 games. This is the longest series this season by an MLB freshman.
Allen, who scored an important home race on Monday in a 5-4 win over Boston, also showed his defensive skills in the middle in the fifth. Xander Bogaerts began by drilling a hole in the middle where Allen pursued the ball and made a sweeping catch that ended with him slamming into the padded wall and falling to the muck.
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While Allen whines from the ground, Bieber grins and slaps his glove in agreement.
He makes his first career start in Boston, the 23-year-old The old Bieber was perfectly confronted by his first 10 strokes and only allowed two hits through six shutout innings. The Red Sox opened their three runs with three straight hits, but Allen's Highlight Reel grasp sparked Boston's momentum.
Jordan Bastian has covered the Indians since 2011 for MLB.com and covered the Blue Jays from 2006-10. Read his blog, Major League Bastian, follow him on Twitter @MLBastian and Facebook.